This summer, MusicOvation was fortunate to attend and observe the prestigious Keshet Eilon mastercourse in northern Israel. On camera, we captured much of what makes it among the most innovative festivals in the world.
In 2005, 18-year-old Peter Bottros found himself sitting at a grand piano for the first time. The instrument lived in the corner of a common room at Pennsylvania State University in York, Pennsylvania, where Peter was a freshman. Peter came back to this piano often, and figured out melodies of songs he knew. He then … Continue reading Daring to Dream: Egyptian-born pianist’s success in small town USA
#MusiciansandFinance is musicovation’s blog series exploring finance for musicians. All posts are contributed by graduate students in New England Conservatory’s Entrepreneurial Music course Finance 101: What Musicians Need to Know taught by NEC alum Jessi Rosinski. by Sam Fribush Over the past year I have been talking with friends–many of whom have just graduated from college–and have realized that … Continue reading What’s the most important thing musicians need to know about finance?